Smooth “White” leather sets the stage for the eye-catching citrus tone and its effective “outline.” Overlays (save for the profile swooshes) throughout the upper indulge in a statement-making orange, although NIKE, Inc.’s most iconic logo sports the hue at its stitching; tongues further partake in “Turf Orange” flair. Every overlay, except for the profile swooshes, sit atop a slightly-protruding “Black” underlay that add some depth to the mid-top Jordan 1 for a proposition that’s familiar, yet fresh. Underfoot, sole units deviate from the upper’s bold palette in favor of a tried-and-tested “White/Black” color combination.
Jordan Brand rang in the Chinese New Year in 2021 with the Jordan 5 Low Chinese New Year. On the surface, this low-top Jordan 5 might appear to merely be a clean, cream sneaker, but below the surface is a loud, patterned print ready to be unleashed.
The upper of the Jordan 5 Low CNY is composed of a Sail tear-away canvas that exposes a vibrant, multicolor pattern underneath. The sole is primarily Sail with hits of red and yellow on the lateral toe in the familiar shark-tooth design. Other details include the word “ACTION” below the medial netting and a Jumpman banner patch featuring Chinese characters that read “23” located on the heel.
This “Nothing But Net” edition of theAir Jordan 7draws inspiration from a classic outfit worn by Michael Jordan during an original McDonalds commercial for the Air Jordan 7 in 1992 – that also starred Larry Bird and highlighted one of Michael Jordan’s shots as “Nothing But Net.”
Dressed in a mixture of White, University Red, Black, and Bright Concord color scheme. The shoe features a White leather base with an energizing unique graphic print throughout, finished with Black, Red and Concord accents.
The upper of the Air Jordan 1 Shadow 2.0 is made of a black leather base with Light Smoke Grey overlays. A classic Wings logo appears on the lateral ankle wrap while a woven Nike Air label is stitched atop the tongue to complete the look.
Jordan Brand paid homage to MJ’s alma mater with the Air Jordan 4 University Blue. The University Blue colorway draws a close resemblance to the extremely rare Air Jordan 4 UNC PE that was given to Tarheel student-athletes in 2019.
The Air Jordan 4 University Blue features a University Blue suede upper with mesh netting on the quarter panel and tongue. Similar to OG Jordan 4 colorways of the past, the eyelets, heel tab, and sections of the midsole are a speckled Cement Grey. Hits of black appear on the wing
The Nike Dunk High Syracuse is constructed in familiar Dunk High color blocking. Hits of orange leather add a bright contrast to white leather panels. From there, a white tongue tag with orange Nike branding and a vibrant orange outsole completes the design, making it a true OG return.
The Nike Dunk Low Free.99 arrives with a black leather upper featuring pastel multi colored overlays and Dark Chocolate Swooshes. Aligning with its name, the shoe’s insoles feature price sticker graphics with “Free.99” text printed as the price.
The Air Jordan 4 Taupe Haze features a unique design that elevates the popular Jordan model. The upper holds cracked textures on the forefoot, midfoot, and tongue, with lighter shades of Taupe Haze under the top coat. From there, hits of black appear on the outsole, midsole, and eyelets. An Infrared Jumpman logo on the tongue brightens up the tonal sneaker and completes its overall design.
The adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Mono Ice is one of three from the Mono pack. Each sneaker’s upper is constructed from a new monofilament mesh in Ice blue that exposes the model’s inner cage lining. The Mono pack brings back the heel’s pull tab design on each pair. To finish it out, a familiar Boost sole is added for comfort for the wearer.
The Nike Dunk Low Purple Pulse (W) is constructed with a white leather upper and blotty Hyper Royal overlays that deliver a faint contrast. Sharp Purple Pulse suede Swooshes and heel embroidery add deeper hues to complete the design.